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Old Time Music Hall

The Daughters of the British Empire have long been supporters of RBSA and we like to reciprocate.

OLD TIME MUSIC HALL

Children’s Theatre of Annapolis Saturday, October 28, 2017 at 2:30 p.m.

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British Music Hall can be traced back at least 500 years when English royalty imported
musicians to entertain in royal courts. These entertainers eventually traveled England
entertaining the locals in parks and taverns. Music Hall retained its popularity until after
World War I when it lost support to the movies and the radio and then after World War II to TV.

However, in the United States where vaudeville had met the same fate, in 1965, The
British Players staged their first Old Time Music Hall in Washington’s British Embassy,
and it was an instant success. Come and enjoy a special presentation by the British
Players where audience participation and singing along with the artists is encouraged.


2018 Burns Night Dinner

The date has been set for Saturday, January 27, 2018 at the Annapolis Elks Lodge No. 622. Details will be coming soon.


2017 Burns Night Dinner

On Saturday, January 21, 2017, The Robert Burns Society of Annapolis will honor the life and legacy of Scotland’s most famous poet with its 40th annual “Burns Supper.” The event will take place at 6 pm at the Annapolis Elks Lodge No. 622, at 2 Pythian Drive, Edgewater, MD.

Reservations for the event are still being taken. The Deadline is Jan 16th.

The cost is $49 for RBSA members and $59 for nonmembers. Dress is semi-formal or Highland formal. The wearing of kilts and tartan is encouraged, but not required.

For tickets or information contact Karolyn St. Clair at 410-721-7550 or stclairk@msn.com Send reservation checks payable to Robert Burns Society of Annapolis to:

Robert Burns Night Dinner
ATTN: Karolyn St.Clair
1754 Swinburne Ave.

Crofton, MD 21114

Deadline for reservations is Monday, January 16, 2017.